The ASHA Leader articles by conference presenters:
Group Audiologic Rehabilitation for Adults and Their Communication Partners
A Look at AR in the Last Decade
Adult Audiologic/Aural Rehabilitation [PDF]
Adult Audiologic Rehabilitation
Audiologic/Aural Rehabilitation Reimbursement Issues
Audiologic/Aural Rehabilitation: Reimbursement Issues for Audiologists and SLPs [PDF]
Audiologic Rehabilitation: Research and Resources
Aural Rehabilitation for the Workplace
Checklist for Ensuring Coverage of Audiologic Rehabilitation [PDF]
15 Principles of Consumer-Oriented Audiologic/Aural Rehabilitation
Hearing Aids and Cell Phones
Hearing Aids and Cell Phones: What You Should Know Before You Buy [PDF]
Patient Information Handouts
School-Based SLP Salaries Vary by School Type: Speech-language pathologists who work in schools earn most in secondary and special day or residential schools.
App-licable Ideas for Parkinson’s Disease: A growing number of apps aim to help clients with Parkinson’s disease tackle communication challenges.
Workers Still Experience Noise Hazards at Ohio Foundry
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